List of Festivals in Chile

May 21: Navy DayJune: Fiesta de San Pedro - Taking place in San Pedro de Atacama in late June, this festival consists of a midnight processional and dancing until the morning hours to honor the patron saint, Saint Peter.June: Saint Peter and Paul's Feast Day - This is the celebration of the patron saints of fishermen and takes place in Valparaíso and other coastal regions of the country.July: Festival of the Virgen del Carmen - Taking place in the Atacama Desert en La Tirana, this is a multi day celebration with traditional music and dance with a mix of both Incan and Catholic cultures.August-September Chilean Crafts, Song, and Dance Exhibition - Taking place in Santiago, this event celebrates and promotes the country's cultural heritage with workshops, song, and dance.September: Independence Day Celebrations - These celebrations take place in Rancagua leading up to Independence Day and is the site of significant historical events in regarding Chile's independence.September: Army Day parades by the Chilean military in SantiagoSeptember: Fiestas Patrias - This is another celebration of Chile's independence and nationality. The celebration is made up of much music and dance.October 12: Columbus DayNovember: Festival of Foreign Colonies - Located in Antofagasta, this is a celebration of the immigrants that now reside in the country. The heritage of those from other countries is expressed through music, dance, and delicious cuisine.November-December International Exhibition of Traditional Arts and Crafts - Taking place in Santiago, this is an immense gathering of artisans from many different countries. Enjoy the art, music, dance, and food during this annual event.December: La Fiesta Grande - Located in the mining town of Andacollo, this festival is to celebrate the patron saint of local mines and gathers crowds of over 150,000 people that enjoy music and other cultural events.December 8: Virgen de lo Vasquez Pilgrimage - This annual pilgrimage can be a distance of as many as 50 kilometers and is of great religious importance.December 25: Christmas DayDecember 29-31: New Year's Festival - This three day festival culminates with a huge fireworks display which fills the beaches with hundreds of thousands of locals and tourists. The entire festival attracts some one million tourists from around the world.

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List of Festivals in Chile
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May 21: Navy Day

June: Fiesta de San Pedro - Taking place in San Pedro de Atacama in late June, this festival consists of a midnight processional and dancing until the morning hours to honor the patron saint, Saint Peter.
June: Saint Peter and Paul's Feast Day - This is the celebration of the patron saints of fishermen and takes place in Valparaíso and other coastal regions of the country.

July: Festival of the Virgen del Carmen - Taking place in the Atacama Desert en La Tirana, this is a multi day celebration with traditional music and dance with a mix of both Incan and Catholic cultures.

August-September Chilean Crafts, Song, and Dance Exhibition - Taking place in Santiago, this event celebrates and promotes the country's cultural heritage with workshops, song, and dance.

September: Independence Day Celebrations - These celebrations take place in Rancagua leading up to Independence Day and is the site of significant historical events in regarding Chile's independence.
September: Army Day parades by the Chilean military in Santiago
September: Fiestas Patrias - This is another celebration of Chile's independence and nationality. The celebration is made up of much music and dance.

October 12: Columbus Day

November: Festival of Foreign Colonies - Located in Antofagasta, this is a celebration of the immigrants that now reside in the country. The heritage of those from other countries is expressed through music, dance, and delicious cuisine.
November-December International Exhibition of Traditional Arts and Crafts - Taking place in Santiago, this is an immense gathering of artisans from many different countries. Enjoy the art, music, dance, and food during this annual event.

December: La Fiesta Grande - Located in the mining town of Andacollo, this festival is to celebrate the patron saint of local mines and gathers crowds of over 150,000 people that enjoy music and other cultural events.
December 8: Virgen de lo Vasquez Pilgrimage - This annual pilgrimage can be a distance of as many as 50 kilometers and is of great religious importance.
December 25: Christmas Day
December 29-31: New Year's Festival - This three day festival culminates with a huge fireworks display which fills the beaches with hundreds of thousands of locals and tourists. The entire festival attracts some one million tourists from around the world.
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